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craze. stocks that have been beaten up like google. you're saying these stocks could actually benefit from this as well? >> wouldn't count out these guys. there is always this rumor that apple would actually use its huge cash pile it has got. want to start an online bank. if you find a way do online banking be capital side of that be 100 billion cash in the bank. one of many rumors people talk about. they are working on google wallet to take existing credit cards and put into google device, the concerns you talk about people walk away with the cell phone, google's idea essentially aggregate all the information and password protect that someone walks with the phone and get on the cloud with google wallet kill all your stuff. adam: you do that already with apple. why bother with google? do no evil, people are thinking they're evil collecting all the data? >> these are concerns we have to work out with privacy and security. i wouldn't count out google or apple on this a lot of people are concerned about privacy with google glass everything else they do. i wouldn't bet against innovation
lower, taking with it ibm and intel. so how bad are things for google in europe? it's in anti- trust hot water. listen to this public letter from the eu's antitrust chief: "google's search manipulation practices lay waste to entire classes of competitors in every sector where google chooses to deploy them." negotiations are on-going. a new poll finds nearly 2/3 of americans favor giving illegal immigrants a path to citizenship. the senate is within a week of hammering out an immigration reform bill, one designed to win enough bi- partisan votes to pass. let's make some sense of the big sell-off yesterday with ben lichtenstein. he is the presidnet of tradersaudio.com. ben, we had the s&p 500, also the nasdaq, their worst one-day performance in about a month, and, obviously, cyprus was a key component here. > > that is a component here that is weighing on the market right now - really just the uncertainty. but for the most part, the activity that we saw yesterday was really just a continuation of the downside activity we saw late in the afternoon wednesday that was in reaction to the fomc
dramatically. they finally settled a major lawsuit with motorola and google. earlier this month they signed a huge deal with google. the margins will be much higher than any other deal they have had before. they have deals with tokyo, motorola, almost all the major dealers. the stock is up a lot. people should know, if you go back to 2000, it was a $66 stock. you have your typical risk. a lot of their revenue comes from samsung. what a client to have. it is one that people should take a look at. i think it will be a huge when. less than $11. tracy: 66. charles: we are down four or five dollars. i wish i would have jumped on it then. tracy: what does this do to apple? charles: i don't know. tracy: good stuff. we have to go down to washington, d.c. we have breaking news. bernanke speaking. peter barnes got a sneak peek. peter: he wants to talk today about currency. we will have to wait for the q&a for any comments on cyprus and the banking system there. in his remarks, bernanke dismisses critics. he does not mention japan by name, but the yen has tanked since japan announced more stimulus. du
down their debt. google glass. we have heard a lot about this recently. it is not even out yet. it is already facing a possible ban. the lawmaker introducing the bill says the glasses are an extension of texting and driving. dagen: i see you wearing a marked sanchez jersey before i see you wearing a pair of those. connell: definitely not while driving. dagen: i struggle to not look like a major loser every day. i do not care if it transport me into next year. snow days. the cleanup keeps piling up. connell: board commercials in india that are raising some eyebrows. as you can see here, we will get into it later. let's get a look at the oil market. tom kloza is coming on to talk more about it later. we will be right back. ♪ it's monday. a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated pport, we help you shine every day of
the internet from companies like sales force.com or box or work day or google, we benefit heavily from that transition. because at boxx, we power a cloud based service that helps the store manage and access information. >> the kind of global expansion you're talking about is going to require a massive amount of capital. it's time to move from the venture capital markets. >> we're not yet tapping public markets. although we have worked at later stage investors, but more later stage growth capital and private equity. we raise about $300 million in funding so far and a lot of that is going towards international expansion, r&d investments, infrastructure expansion internationally and how do we make sure we go after this opportunity in very strategic ways. >> and the investors, are they at this point still willing to give you capital towards what they see is this growth coming in a couple of years time, revenues ultimately the profit source even though you're not seeing it now. >> last year we grew our top line revenue over 5 50%. this year, we'll more than double our revenue. we're still p
mills, google, kellogg, kimberly, mccormick spice. they missed the quarter. mcdonald's, pepsi, proctor, discover, delta, cree, cracker barrel! the prosecution rests. cracker barrel. >> cbrl, by the way. >> have you had the cheese they put on the pie. over 9,000 calories. >> and 600 flavors of hard licorice. >> how many stocks are above the 50-day moving average? >> it's hideous. >> if you say what's overbought? >> almost everything will be overbought. this is a nice, convenient, technical excuse to sell. >> that's what i agree with and the -- >> you have horse sense. >> no, i just read your email over your shoulder. >> oh, okay. >> terribly honest and professional. >> there are, believe it or not, america, some other stories that we are looking that the morning, hard to believe, but true. transocean urging shareholders to inject carl icahn's firm to increase three new members to the company's board. elsewhere, morgan stanley upgrading hewlett-packard. yes, hp getting an upgrade from morgan stanley from an overweight to an equal weight and they cite positive momentum in free cash flow a
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.com. ♪ understanding you clearly... what is the capital of zimbabwe ? ... the first time you ask with the google voice search. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid recognition. droid powerful. >>. >> neil: charles, what do you got? >> i love instamil. there is a boom around birth, g.d.p., great stock for the next ten to hundred years. >> what do you make of that. >> i like it. i know you like it charles because it's been consistent. over the last year it hasn't been a consistent stock. so if something people are going in over and over. >> neil: what are you doing, adam? >> s&p 500 index, etf, i put a little more into this. its consistent way to invest. >> neil: and mirroring the performance. s&p 500. >> which is going to be better than most professionals. >> he is right about that. you look around there are so many average person ain't going to get rich with the s&p 500. >> neil: that will do it. >> confetti, candles, birthday bash for obamacare. law turning three years old today. left couldn't be happier. >> it helps us of honor of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness >> eric: a gift now stand
a little spain and go to google where they look down and see everything, but that's actually old stuff and i was getting ready to see the 3%-5% declines that everyone told me had to happen. they were, like, spamming me with this thing. no, nothing. and then i came to work and went over to the floor of the exchange and nothing, no panic on the floor. although i did hear several commentators come on our air and say that this is it, this is the end, the end, my friend, the end of the banking system as we know it, as if actually it didn't end four years ago. i was prepared to talk about how our markets are strong when squawk on the street started and the declines you're seeing won't cause us to go down 2% to 3% as my bearish pals told me would happen. but we didn't even get a big sell-off in europe. we opened down hard, ended up in the green and gave it up near the bell and it was a garden variety give up and probably not dumb and nothing catastrophic like i'm supposed to have down my back. now, mind you, i come back and say the cypriot is stupid after the same thing happened in iceland an
's good. >> i'm not just talking about google and silicon valley. i'm talking general mills. general mills, outside minneapolis, you have executives walking into meditation and yoga class in the middle of the day. he himself meditates. look at him. he's radiant. >> you did the juice fast. >> i thought you were pregnant. you're glowing. >> bob roth, david lynch foundation, taught ray galio how to do meditation. it was amazeng. >> a different david lynch? >> actually not. >> it is amazing. i'm a total skeptic. i thought i was going to sit there and do this mantra stuff. >> how long did you meditate for? >> 20 minutes twice a day. >> did you ohm. >> i have my own mantra. >> you can just use your breath. it doesn't matter. >> corporation wants to increase productivity, want their employees to be healthy. city hall. >> here's the thing. city hall is not telling you to go and meditate. >> it's telling me not to have a 16 ounce soda. that's absurd. warren buffett -- how long has he been living on 2800 calories? if he wants to have a cherry coke, god bless him. this is insane. >> but they end up i
has got. when you look at the client list, that's impressed and it's badda bing. facebook, google, yahoo! , japan, and if you're an advertiser. and we'll ask the ceo about the net loss for 2012 and the 60 million in revenues. remember 7 million shares was the initial price share range. 7 1/2 is what they ended up at and 11 to 13 was the price talk and opening at $19 and friends and families, these lovely ladies and gentlemen standing around here. $15 was the price talk and it was what it priced at and it opened at 1450 and that would be the first one this week that would open below its price and right now it is trading at $19.71 and you can see people with their families all standing here and the ceo and here are the kids and families standing around here. marin brought all of their family down here and it's been very nice. i've been talking to a lot of wonderful people here in the last 20 minutes. >> we'll talk to the ceo coming up. looking forward to that. >> up next on "squawk on the street." that will happen, and he'll talk about the company's wall street debut. >>> marin sof
come to the bay area to apply for a job at google plans to appeal that verdict. 26-year-old george hug ins faces life in prison. killed a 45-year-old engineer from virginia during a robbery in 2010. the victim was in oakland for a teeth cleaning appointment the day before a job interview at google. police say he stole $17 from the man and shot him three times. >>> later today a woman accused of kicking a small child is due back in court. this comes after last week's court arraignment was delayed when she started screaming in the courtroom. >> [ screaming ] >> 24-year-old sabrina bell is facing charges. she kicked the child to the ground for no apparent reason. >>> a bus driver in florida pleading not guilty to charges of aggravated child abuse for kicking a special needs child. yesterday in court prosecutors released this video. this was shot last october. showed an 8 year old girl trying to get off the bus when the driver says it's not her turn. in response the girl slaps and pushed wilkerson. shows her kicking the girl down the stairs. she fell and fractured her ankle. >> it's horren
businesses. >> and you got significant competition in marketing. you looked at google, oracle, sales force, even ibm jumping in there. and they're coming at it from different entrenched spots in the enterprise, in retail. what's your pitch for how you beat those guys? because they've got a lot of cash and they do a lot of acquisitions. >> well, i think we're the leaders, john, and we have to continue to innovate. but i think, you know, the affinity that marketers have for adobe, we're such an entrenched part of the content life cycle, and so as they're creating these campaigns, we think that's the on-ramp from all of this digital spend. google's actually a partner, because we allow marketers to spend more money on surge, but there is social, there is display, there is video. and i would say that oracle and ibm come at it more from the point of view of i.t. we focused on the marketer, we believe we have the most comprehensive solution. and, you know, we're clearly in the lead. >> i know we're almost out of time, but i notice that you guys also put out a release saying kevin lynch, the chief
. >>> tom carney and cindy berman both have house envy after watching those house segment. google owns youtube and now says more than a billion people visit that online video site each month, noting that if the website was a country, they'd be the third largest in the world after china and india. youtube's pop later keeps -- if i was a country -- i don't know. where's the revenue, john? are they making any money? >> we don't know how much money they make. i suspect they can make significant amounts of revenue. just browsing through their top videos today, i saw a lot that had advertisements on it. i think youtube and google is not being very open about how much money they're making from youtube, but they might have good business for doing that. >> do they need to be that open? they don't want to tell everybody. >> look at the stock price. it doesn't look like investors care that they are just closing that. but it really is interesting. if you look at the earnings record, the word youtube isn't even mentioned in there. and some on wall street speculate they don't want to close youtube r
, google, amazon, and the s&p 500 and gold etfs. cheryl: you're trading on both options exchanges. >> reception so far has been great, a very solid start. last time i checked about 30 minutes ago it looked industry wide about 14,000 of these options had traded, more than half about 8,000 on our two markets, so a very nice start to the product, and really great opportunities for those retail investors as you were talking about to be able to make use of options against some of those higher-price stock prices to reduce risk. cheryl: and options have become incredibly popular, big jump in the numbers, i'm curious what times of revenue nyse euronext is expecting to see. >> it remains to be seen. of course, we trade on the amex exchange, typically a couple million contracts a day and maybe another couple manager on on -- couple million on the arc exchange as well. we have had a lot of growth in options, as you said, between our two markets in january, just south of 30% market share, and we're looking to grow from there. cheryl: do you find this is coming from u.s.-based retail treaders?
, but what do you make? i was skod "morning joe" about google glasses. would a watch make a dent in apple? because you can already have a watch and you can put your ipod minh ni a strap on a wrist. >> this is assuming that the watch is actually a watch and the watch isn't something beyond a watch and that the old apple of days of yore that innovated to the hilt and came out with something that was mind blowing and off the radar of everybody that that apple was back. >> a watch? >> in the watch forum. we don't know what it can be in the watch and we don't know what kind of data and how it can interact. >> i hear apple is also working on the i-buggy whip. that was snarky and sarcastic and i should not have done that. >> i would love to be able to come home and just say to some device pout 30 for 30 when they do the special because i missed it. >> can you please put that on. >> when i get home have it cued up and start playing. wouldn't that be amazing? i'm not saying that this will be it, but we don't know what this is going to be. if samsung beats apple to the punch with its own watch and
they refuse to give up their equal opportunity data. those companies included apple, google and hp among others, according to cnn. this refusal to release the data they say shows a lack of willness -- willingness. back to you. >> thank you, janine. >>> we want to check in with sal and see what's happening on the roads. >> we have a new crash reported about 20 minutes ago -- not even 20. i would say more like 20. southbound 101 near cesar chavez. northbound traffic is slow. but so is southbound 101, slowing down to the cesar chavez exit. it was reported blocking one of the lanes. the alternate route would be on 280. go down to 6th street and get on 280 there and bypass this whole thing. that would be a pretty decent alternate. i would say northbound 280 is a good alternate just to avoid the james lick freeway for now. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. a crash in san francisco that's serious will affect the been because the people getting off the -- will affect the bay bridge, because people getting off the bay bridge will have to deal with this. westbound 24, near the la fay
, google and hp among others, according to cnn. this refusal to release the data they say shows a lack of willness -- willingness. back to you. >> thank you, janine. >>> we want to check in with sal and see what's happening on the roads. >> we have a new crash reported about 20 minutes ago -- not even 20. i would say more like 20. southbound 101 near cesar chavez. northbound traffic is slow. but so is southbound 101, slowing down to the cesar chavez exit. it was reported blocking one of the lanes. the alternate route would be on 280. go down to 6th street and get on 280 there and bypass this whole thing. that would be a pretty decent alternate. i would say northbound 280 is a good alternate just to avoid the james lick freeway for now. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. a crash in san francisco that's serious will affect the been because the people getting off the -- will affect the bay bridge, because people getting off the bay bridge will have to deal with this. westbound 24, near the la fayette exit there's word of a crash on the
and it's not google, but its cloud offerings could be your ticket to returns in 2013. stick around to see if it belongs in your portfolio. >>> and later, slick situation? cramer's been playing "mad money" oligopoly, and he just might have saved the best for last. the renaissance has lit a fire under the refiners, but which stands out above the crowd? all coming up on "mad money." have a question? tweet cramer #madtweets. send jim an e-mail to madmoney@cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. >>> what would you say, what would you say if i told you there was a tech stock out there with a notorious b.i.t.w. and could potentially be the target of a bidding war about to escalate in a major way? got your attention? i am talking about compuware. kprw. an enterprise software firm with a variety of products to ensure that business technologies work the way they should. i had to save this one for friday because with the stock at $12 and change, compuware is as speculative as they come, which means risky. this is not what you put in your retirement ac
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year, apple introduced its own mapping software to replace google's. the switch resulted in customer complaints and negative reviews to which the apple ceo tim cook has apologized. >>> now, there's still numerous unknowns about the cyprus bailout, including exactly how much depositors will have to contribute to the package. this is what happened when cnbc's julia chatterly tried to elicit a figure. >> with the operation that's you're doing with the two banks, whether you're going to try and raise the 578 billion that you originally planned to with the bank levies or whether that's changed given the recapitalizations. and second question, do you recognize that what was seen over the last week perhaps has undermined the credibility of the european project, be it future political union, be it the banking union, and what do you do about that? >> on the 5.8, i would suggest that we all forget that figure because we're not using it any more. so we are pretty confident that we can do what's necessary on the side of the government with the 10 billion. what is necessary to restructure the ban
the pizazz you would see out of google, but i like the momentum for blackberry. >> jeff, if i could jump in here, the seasonalities the for apple are very strong right now. if you look over the last seven years, apple has been positive in april six out of those last seven years with an average gain of about 10%n'tn on the month. >> but they're talking about in three months they're going to come out with the iphone 5s or a new ipad. that's nothing new. we need something big. i'm a big believer in apple, but not until we find a bottom, due to the fact there's been no catalyst to turn this stock around. >> but it's down 40% from the highs. meanwhile, blackberry has rallied up over 200% from its september lows. >> well, blackberry's left for dead and i think they're going to surprise people. you could see the stock come back. all they need is 5 million of these sales. i think blackberry really has a chance here and we want to find our risk and buy some upside calls here. that's what we're suggesting. >> thank you, guys, good discussion. and maria, as you know, i'm waiting for the q-10, the o
editor christina bellantoni hosted a google hangout with religious leaders on different sides of the issues today. watch that on the rundown. plus, tonight's edition of "need to know" examines how the f.d.a. vets medical devices such as implants. find a link to "need to know" and much more on our website newshour.pbs.org. judy? >> woodruff: and that's the "newshour" for tonight. on monday, ray suarez reports on ireland, climbing back after the economic meltdown. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. "washington week" can be seen later this evening on most pbs stations. we'll see you online and again here monday evening. have a nice weekend. thank you and good night. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corpo
's a small island close to greece and turkey. thank gosh we have google maps to show you what's going on. it's become a haven for money. this is a country that despite it wanted to be a financial center so it tried to attract deposits in very large scale with low corporate tax rates and discretion. in other words, they would look the other way when it comes to monte laundering, tax evasion, et cetera. they bought a lot of greek debt if banks in cyprus. and they went bust because of it. now they need a bailout. here's are where things stand. over the weekend they said, this bailout, we're going to start taxing depositor, even insured deposit depositors. now we are wait for another another plan to emerge where perhaps the small insured depositor doesn't get hit but we haven't seen the details yet. a waiting game there. we are told that perhaps when they finally have a plan, parliament might vote tomorrow. parliament was supposed to vote sunday, today and now saying that maybe parliament votes tomorrow. we are still waiting for the banks to reopen. atms, i am told, are being topped off and prov
to this with google circles. you could create a private group within facebook. the question is how they will get people to sign up for a whole new social network and i wonder if there's an opportunity to layer them on top of facebook. >> i wonder where the revenue stream is going to come from? advertising, some sorm of membership? we're going to ask him actually a few questions and you are going to get a chance to defend yourself. so julia, why don't you kick it off. >> i guess the question is, what is your business model? do you have any revenue at this point? >> we have no revenue at this point. we're completely focused on bringing the magic of a website to neighbors everywhere. as you mentioned, local advertise something a tremendous opportunity. in 2006 local advertising peak at over $100 billion of spend, but the traditional mechanisms for local advertisers to use, yellow pages, newspapers, radio, those are on the decline. we think it's very natural for that money to flow to next door. >> paul, what would you like to ask? >> i mean, what are you offering that you couldn't get through either
play google in outline of this? you're not doing some other big tech names but that seems like a name that keeps going. >> they are still innovating. but when you look carefully you see a lot of innovation is being supplemented with acquisition. android was something they acquired. google is not quite at a stage where you see sisco and certain others. they're still innovating but forced to acquire. >> i'm going to throw one last name at you. polypore. >> it is a more controversial stock. it is certainly for investors that have a much longer range outlook in mind. polypore sells the separators that go inside lithium ion batteries. >> the things that boeing is trying to separate in terms of the cells? >> yeah. inside the cells it celebrates the cathode. polypore has great technology that might have prevented what happened to boeing. but they do not sell to boeing right now. it is much, much harder than consumer electronics. polypore better suits that market. what we think is exciting is the company will earn $2 according to wall street. they have built capacity that will allow them to g
the panic that -- first thing i did was i googled cyprus because, hey, i haven't looked at that at world war ii since churchill saw it was a key strategic area. the germans don't like the russians. remember that? next thing i know, this is the hottest area of the world. >> what about the people that were -- three weeks ago or so that went to all cash? yesterday they were probably, like, i told you that was a great move and now they're, like, uh-oh! >> in april until october 3rd the main reason was dexia. the problems with dexia. i googled dexia. i think now it's a supplement being recalled by pnc. >> and then you have a 50-day suspension and you didn't have the twist of the nasdaq and there's a lot oflyway that that doesn't happen and then the sell the news and we're kind of unchanged. >> right. >> it will be interesting to see, and if someone were to ask ben bernanke about the situation in europe and the situation in cyprus and whether or not that is exacerbating the overall situation in europe and how he addresses the fact, that if the situation is worsening, will he lore the threshold for
% or google's 18%. in 2009, blk shares arelty $19%. they have to stay want the needs, they have to keep the royal customers like you and me using the phone and they also have to try to gain a lot bit of share if they can. morgan stanley, of course, upgrading the stock. it has an estimated 20% margin. we are going to see this phone go on-saul in verizon stores next week. i wanted to highlight here, they do have apps and i can't get out of it now. so there's probably a bit of a learning curve to use the phone. 1100,000 apps compared to apple's 700,000. so there's a lot of people here. we're going to have to wait and see. >> jackie, joe wants to know if there's a map out. >> jackie, i don't even know how to use the iphone, but i hit map. i was going somewhere in the city yesterday and all i had to do was put in the address. i didn't have to say where i was starting from because it knew and then it started talking to me. and i put it in my pocket and listened to this lady. >> turn left? >> yeah. and it took me down streets i had never been on. it's so -- watching march madness on your black
. ranging from the modest tweak to a whole new way to watch. google, the search giant trying to chip away at sports giants espn and cbssports.com and making it less necessary to make the extra click to get to those other sites. it's incremental but clever way to get good numbers, keeping it in google's own pocket. at march madness, in conjunction with the rights owner turner broadcasting, video highlights on twitter during the game. up to 120,000 followers executed by snappy tv, video start-up. >> we view it as a win for the user, brand advertiser, you get to take your brand advertise that you're putting on tv and really put it into this social environment where you're users are engaging with the content. >> and then there's bill simmons, one of the star pundits of espn, doing live webcasts on youtube with friends. you get to hear his thoughts on the game in realtime. espn didn't sell ads, admitting this is a test run. they've committed zero dollars to ncaa rights and it's a low cost production. easy money. >> that is a business model right there. >>> a lot more still to come. tweet time.
on interstate 80. at the google of the era. the rich and station is in the middle of the city's the northern most stop on the rich and fremont bart line. >> off the idea would be to extend a line to the north parallel to the pass of interstate 80. >> along the route to bart stations could be evidence and of low near the richmond hill top shopping center. further north in pinole there could be service all went to herculeses not further. none of it is close to being a done deal. i spoke with of artwoh a bart spokesperson saying this is just an idea. >> extending service to the north would be a long, long process. the transit agency would secure funding and acquired less to build new railway stations and engineers to design the extension. it would have to survive years of study in environmental reviews before construction could begin. in the newsroom jobs clifford kron 4 news. >> businesses owners and residents along san francisco polk street met last like to talk about bicycle and pedestrian improve is being considered for the neighborhood that could take away parking spaces. >> the san franci
to go to school. >>> some employees at google's new satellite campus in mountain view may have been exspokessed to a chemical that's linked to cancer and birth defects. the center for investigative reporter says more than a thousand employees work in two bigs where -- bleddings say -- buildings say two chemicals were released. pregnant women exposed to this chemical have an increased level of giving birth to a baby with serious heart defects. >>> the airline that has the most boeing dreamliners is reportedly making a new demand of the airlinemaker. a source says all nippon airways want them to compensate because of the grounding because of the batteries. boeing reportedly planned to give ana discounts on future purchases. boeing has not said whether it will compensate carriers for lost revenues. >>> long lanes at delays at international airports that handle a lot of international travelers could bring long delays. 43% says they discourage travel to the u.s. because of delays and 44% of business travelers try to avoid coming to the u.s. because of the hassles and 1 in 7 international
home last month and wants all girls to be able to go to school. >>> some employees at google's new satellite campus in mountain view may have been exspokessed to a chemical that's linked to cancer and birth defects. the center for investigative reporter says more than a thousand employees work in two bigs where -- bleddings say -- buildings say two chemicals were released. pregnant women exposed to this chemical have an increased level of giving birth to a baby with serious heart defects. >>> the airline that has the most boeing dreamliners is reportedly making a new demand of the airlinemaker. a source says all nippon airways want them to compensate because of the grounding because of the batteries. boeing reportedly planned to give ana discounts on future purchases. boeing has not said whether it will compensate carriers for lost revenues. >>> long lanes at delays at international airports that handle a lot of international travelers could bring long delays. 43% says they discourage travel to the u.s. because of delays and 44% of business trave
for customers. you can do this with your google account as well. facing pressure to shield consumers. you can set up apples new security feature by logging into the management page. we all encourage that, in fact. >> talking about a tech giant like apple. focusing now on main street. this is pretty scary in a lot of ways. they had a hearing about it on capitol hill yesterday. watch this. >> these attacks can be catastrophic. leaving many small businesses unable to recover. nearly 60% of small businesses will close within six months of a cyber attack. connell: with us now from buffalo, new york, the chairman of that hearing. congressman, thank you for coming on. that is quite a statistic. 60% of small business, according to this study, will close within six months of a cyber attack. >> well, connell, when it comes down to is we are trying to raise the issue of cyber security for small business so they know there is a problem. so many small businesses today feel like there is not a threat to them, but then when you ask them if they have a security policy, they do not. it starts with the board o
, "gangnam style." youtube reached the billion per month milestone five months after facebook did. google owns youtube. $813 per share. down $0.93. keep the music going. tomorrow our "tax pain" series continues. thus u.s. economy need higher taxes? grover norquist will be here to weigh in. he always has something to say. and then we will wrap it up with an expert panel. tweet them. we will be answering your specific questions tomorrow, that is small business, that is personal, anything you need to know, we will help you out tomorrow. dow down 45 points right now. it has been up and tak day for . the reasoning and investment strategy to prosper will be coming up. and also there is this. lou dobbs on washington permanent band-aid approach to funding the government. melissa francis and lori rothman coming up as "markets now" continues.
itself sees its main competitors as adobe, google, et cetera. so a big wall street debut, the second one of its kind so far this week. maybe a good sign for the market. back to you guys. adam: all right, sandra, thank you very much. >> thank you. melissa: so the european central bank is giving cyprus to reach a deal to restructure the insolvent banks but as the parliament there struggles to find a solution, we're asking should they just let the cyprus banks go bust? steve moore, senior economics writer at "the wall street journal" of course we're asking this out of the clear blue. this is an interesting op-ed in "the wall street journal" that was talking about maybe how to do this in a structured way. what do you think about that, steve? >> you know, i think there are some advantages to having a country like cyprus, actually, repudiate its debt because one of the things i find looking around the world, even in the united states, is that this sovereign debt is treated like it's, you know, completely risk-free and it is not risk-free. there should be a risk premium associated with governme
, by the way, noticed, you work for google. does that mean you do all the free food they give out? >> no, we get paid for what we do. >> no, but all of these companies now that actually provide food, is that a big business for you? >> food is a big business for us. but do you know that, you know, the first french private employer, and that, you know, it is a real success story, so it started 45 years ago, it's like, you know, the american dream for many french. >> right. >> and so we are now very big in this country, you know. 1 of 4 people working in this country. >> i want to talk about your company, but do you have any business in cyprus? >> no, zero business. >> do you have a view of what's going on there? >> of course. >> but i don't think it'll affect the euro zone. and for us, it has absolutely no impact. i don't think long-term that would have an effect. >> what's the biggest growing piece of your business right now? >> emerging countries, china, india, south america, we are by far number one in those countries, investing a lot in the last several years. we have 120,000 people here,
that you should eup vest. >> it's hard to in vex in stocks. >> there last summer you could guy google for 557. >> think about apple. >> they bought motor owe on la. >> think about it at 200. >> how many new highs from 200 up? a lot of people said it was anew high. >> that was a mistake and it was not from me. >> every one was a new high from 90 -- >> yeah, absolutely. >> but his point is there's nothing new in the business. usher is new. >> we have other news in this morning on tpaes book. the sec has approved the nasdaq, facebook ipo. that plan offers $62 million in investors in the ipo. it's unclear whether they will assess a $5 million fine from nasdaq. >> joining us now is mark grant at southwest securities. mark, we have been watching you in europe and in cyprus. what's your take? >> becky, it's a relief rally. i'm not surprised we're having one. the european union seized bank deposits, private property. and i think that's causing a huge ripple certainly in the institutions. two, the way this was all handled was very problematic for people in terms of the implications of what the
; apple, facebook, google. these are companies that are still head quartered in california, adam, but they're moving -- adam: they're expanding in other places. so let beplay devil's advocate, was the census numbers show people moving into california and the people moving out are the people who can't afford housing, lower to middle class are moving out. that's going to drive up labor costs, eventually businesses would be threatened by that, but the wealthy are moving in, not out. >> actually, if you look at small business other thans that are moving into texas, what you're seeing is that because of the housing situation, the cost of living changes. the difference between the two. but in particular that median household income, there's not a big spread. that middle income person that you're talking about from texas to california, there's not a big, actually, big difference between the two. and you have, and you actually -- it's cheaper to be in texas for employees of companies, and that's why companies are expanding. you can pay an employee less in texas, and they still have even a better -
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